frontiersman


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Synonyms for frontiersman

a man who lives on the frontier

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SABRE Frontiersman Bear Attack Deterrent has been field-tested to effectively deter charging bears.
Frontiersman publisher Mark Kelsey said, I have great personal affection for John Mathew, who, like me, got his start in the newspaper business as a sports writer.
Friday The Last of the Mohicans C5 9pm Daniel Day-Lewis makes a charismatic hero in this historical drama, as the frontiersman protecting a general's daughter from Wes Studi's chillingly intense Huron war chief in the midst of a war for control of the American colonies.
ALL SOULS DAY 1734: American frontiersman Daniel Boone was born in Philadelphia.
20 Sedgefield Christopher 'Kit' Carson (1809-1868) was a frontiersman, western guide and trapper.
As Sheilagh Jameson writes in the Foreword, "She tells of life in a Hudson's Bay Company fort, and of buffalo hunts while with her Metis people, of her meeting with an Irish frontiersman with his flowing hair and twinkling blue eyes, of their marriage and life together and of early Calgary and its growth.
Bird's new CD tells the story of Quaninch, a boy of mixed blood, born in 1829 to a Paiute mother and Scottish frontiersman and fiddler.
Legendary frontiersman Hawkeye rescues and falls in love with a British officer's daughter during the Anglo-French War in North America.
The author takes the reader back into history when, during the Seven Years War, American colonial frontiersman Robert Rogers raised, equipped and commanded a special force named <<Rogers' Rangers>>, that specialised in reconnaissance and deep penetration raids.
I must say as to what I have seen of Texas it is the garden spot of the world," the frontiersman and former congressman from Tennessee wrote.
Strum's HENRY KNOX: WASHINGTON'S ARTILLERYMAN (1595560130) tells of a young Boston bookseller with no war experience who offers his services to the new American rebel army and plays a key role in the battle plans, Jim Gallagher's DANIEL MORGAN: FIGHTING FRONTIERSMAN (1595560155) surveys a leader whose strategies won key victories throughout the colonies, Scott Kaufman's FRANCIS MARION: SWAMP FOX OF SOUTH CAROLINA (1595560148) tells of a hero who emerges from the backwaters of South Carolina to turn the British tide of victory to defeat; and Karl Crannell's JOHN STARK: LIVE FREE OR DIE (1595560165) tells of an experienced soldier whose men not only succeeded in the Battle of Bunker Hill, but more importantly crippled British soldiers at the Battle of Bennington.
American Indian, Tory (British loyalist), and frontiersman perspectives on the brewing war for independence make March Into The Endless Mountains come alive with a palpable impression of the daily life and hard choices of the era.
he now lives with his family in Montana and is the author of a previous novel, The Revenant, based on the true adventures of a 19th-century frontiersman.
IX" for over 131 years until a descendent of the frontiersman placed it up for auction on eBay in February 2006.